So I felt like making a blog post, which is something I barely ever do. Yes, don't all clap at once.
I have my Junior Cert in the beginning of June (they're the equivalent of the GCSEs, just a few years earlier) and to say that I'm starting to panic would be quite a gross understatement. I did the math today, and I have just 10 weekends and 3 full reading weeks to know everything I've learnt at school since 2011. Which is crazy.
The problem with trying to study, especially on sunny days is that you always catch yourself looking out the window, daydreaming. Or, if its a rainy day today there's a multitude of fun things on the Internet to distract you! Huzzah!
Now, here's one of the main problems I face. I'm in two minds about studying the exams that I want to do well in now. For example, supposing I get through the whole science course in the next two weekends. I'll have written out notes and that will be great but I always have this underlying feeling that I'm going to forget it in a matter of weeks. And that is the problem I face here. It's irrational, and probably won't happen but still - it's a month and a bit after the mocks and I've forgotten most of said science course. The same thing happened after my Christmas exams too. So could there be something to say for my theory?
Sorry for another boring post about school, but it's been occupying my mind a lot recently and is one of the few things I can actually write a decent sized post on.
Heck, maybe something will happen soon that will really infuriate me and I'll have something better to write about. Better not to tempt faith, though.